Half of Camila Cabello’s heart may be in “Havana,” but Shawn Mendes is definitely all-in. At least that’s one of the takeaways from the first official trailer for his upcoming documentary, In Wonder.In the nearly two-and-a-half-minute trailer, the camera follows Mendes as he tries to come to terms with his stardom while still connecting with the music that he loves. In that vein, there are many shots of the 22-year-old “If I Can’t Have You” singer on stage, but there are also more intimate moments—especially between him and girlfriend Cabello, who makes more than one appearance by the subject’s side. “It sounds like your heart,” she says at one point after he plays a bit for her on the piano.“My song comes on the radio or something and I’m like, ‘Everything’s about you. They’re all… They have always been about you,’” Mendes says towards the end of the clip. “She goes, ‘What do you mean?’” he explains, before adding, “They’re all about you. Like every song I’ve ever wrote.”
Cabello is also present as Mendes struggles with the idea of how much to give of himself onstage, as the doc takes a darker turn. The teaser shows the singer pushing himself a little too hard, and as a result a medic warns him that he’s going to hurt himself. “If I tell the world that I’m just a normal human, are they going to stop, like coming to the show?” Mendes asks himself. “Maybe I should pretend that I’m Superman for a little bit longer.”[video_embed id='2050795']RELATED: Shawn Mendes hints at a collab with Justin Bieber[/video_embed]While it’s clear that the documentary, which hits Netflix on November 23, is definitely going to cover lots of Cabello and Mendes’ relationship, that isn’t the only thing that’s grabbing people’s attention right now. In fact, many fans were feeling kind of thirsty after the opening shot featured Mendes from the waist-up in a steamy shower, before walking out and wrapping himself with a towel. People immediately jumped online to share in the… er, frenzy.
For those who weren’t totally distracted by the bold opening, the trailer promises that fans can also expect a lot more insight into how fame has changed Mendes—especially coming off of his last, 104-show tour. “You first get on the stage and ego comes rushing in, and it goes 'don't mess up.' And then 30 seconds in, you go ‘Oh yeah, I'm just a guy and I love music. Time to surrender,’” Mendes explains while playing in front of a giant audience. “This isn't a story about a famous musician, this is a story about a guy growing up.”And, according to Twitter, about a guy in the shower. Let’s be clear.[video_embed id='2027570']Before you go: This singing parrot sounds just like Beyoncé[/video_embed]